Analysis of the perception of Mechanical Engineering and Systems Engineering students of Teaching Performance under the context of online teaching during Covid-19

Teodoro Diaz-Leyva, Carlos Dávila-Ignacio, Augusto Sanchez-Ayte, Orlando Ortega-Galicio, Soledad Olivares-Zegarra, Nestor Alvarado-Bravo, Almintor Torres-Quiroz, José Razo-Quispe, Florcita Aldana-Trejo, Salvador Trujillo-Perez

Abstract


This article aims to analyze the perception of Mechanical Engineering and Systems Engineering students in the process of evaluating teacher performance in online teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When developing the research, the systems engineering students show a better perception with the class session management factor and give a lower qualification to the didactic strategies factor; Likewise, the Pearson correlation test indicates a significant relationship of 0.000 between the specific factors on the overall performance factor, being the domain of the topic factor, it is the one that has the greatest strength on the qualification of the overall performance factor, with a constant Pearson's correlation of 0.964. Regarding mechanical engineering students, they show a better perception with the class session planning factor and give a lower qualification to the didactic strategies factor; Likewise, the Pearson correlation test indicates a significant relationship of 0.000 between the specific factors on the overall performance factor, the didactic strategies factor being the one that has the greatest strength on the qualification of the overall performance factor, with a correlation constant Pearson's 0.983.

Keywords


Perception; Mechanical engineering; Systems Engineering; Teaching performance; Online teaching



DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijere.v11i2.22072

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